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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Clark W. Griswold, Dec 16, 2013.

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  1. Clark W. Griswold

    Clark W. Griswold Tourist

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    Any recommendations on which rooms to stay in at NYNY? I currently have booked a Park Ave Room with View and wanted to see if upgrading to the Mad Ave room with View was worth it and really that much bigger?

    I was also contemplating an upgrade email I received from MLife for the Player's Suite (possibly) for about $55 more/night than I'm paying now, but not sure if that would be worth it.

    Thanks
     
  2. Mattwall

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    I only stay at NYNY. If you need more than 1 bed than the Player's Suite is the way to go. You get a lot more room. If you just need a king then I would stick to what you have. I prefer a larger bed when it's possible.

    The difference between the Park Ave and Mad rooms is too small to see the difference, IMHO. An extra 50 square feet is no big deal for me.
     
  3. Clark W. Griswold

    Clark W. Griswold Tourist

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    Thanks. I currently have a Park Ave view with 2 queens. So you think the Player's Suite is worth the extra $ (with 2 queens as well?). It will be me and my brother-in-law so 2 beds are a def.

    Anyone else with thoughts/suggestions?

    Thanks again :cheers:
     
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    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    In my opinion, $55/nt for an upgrade to a Players Suite is something I would do. The Players suite has a sitting room, small dining table, bose stereo system, 4 person hot tub, and 2 beds, and is 2x bigger.
     
  5. bloom1966

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    Ziggurat Suites are awesome!! (VERY roomy, with a great view!)
     
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    Not really a noticeable difference. In fact it is not much different from a small typical hotel room with small bathroom.
     
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    just keep in mind the construction going on all around the property
     
  8. UncleBen

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    I like the Players suite and think it is a good option for 2 guys. With the wardrobe away from the beds you're not squeezing past each other when trying to get ready.
     
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    The major difference between the 2 rooms mentioned is size. You have a lot more space in the madison ave rooms. It also comes with a walk in closet which is really weird because that is not really needed unless you are bringing clothes for about 2 weeks. Other than that not much of a difference. Now I have never stayed in any of the suites mentioned by the other responses, if you are able to get upgrade to those suites for $55 I would have to say yeah...pull the trigger and get it. But $55 for a more sq footage in the Madison Ave rooms, but basically the same room...I would say no.
     
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